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How to Design Better Icons
These tools will help you find the right images for your stories | Poynter
Editor’s note: After this article published, we heard from many esteemed journalists who were critical of our approach and the message that we delivered. In the spirit of fostering more dialogue about the use of digital images — particularly free ones — we sought out people whose opinion we respect to write about the issue.
One such person who did was Mark E. Johnson, an educator and visual journalist who has had a longtime relationship with Poynter and who has taught here several times. He wrote a thorough and thoughtful piece that is published on our site: Article about free images ’contradicts everything I hold true about journalism.
CC Search. Nouveau moteur de recherche d’images libres – Les Outils Tice
Un moteur de recherche qui va vous permettre de découvrir des milliers d’œuvres pouvant être copiées, distribuées, modifiées, remixées ou encore adaptées tout en respectant les lois sur le droit d’auteur.
CCsearch est encore en phase de test, mais se présente déjà commeun outil très convaincant qui ne demande qu’à grandir. Pour le moment CCsearch va dénicher ses images dans les collections du Rijksmuseum, la bibliothèque publique de New York, le Metropolitan ou encore des services comme Flickr ou 500px. En tout ce sont près de 10 millions d’images qui y sont référencées.
Un site de photographies sous licence CC0
Do I have to give credit to a photographer when I use their photo?
The Unsplash license uses the Creative Commons Zero license, which doesn’t require credit to be given. However, we encourage giving credit to the photographer if possible, since they generously donated their photographs for use by the public.
A simple credit like ‘Photo by x’ with a link back to their Unsplash profile is always appreciated.
Can I use Unsplash photographs for commercial purposes?
Of course! The Unsplash license allows for photographs to be used for any purpose — both commercial and personal. Blogs, art, book covers, tshirts, and more — paid or unpaid — they’re all allowed under the license.
Check out Made with Unsplash for more examples.
Can I sell Unsplash photos?
Legally, the CC0 license allows you to sell the photos posted on Unsplash. However, the Creative Commons and Unsplash communities are pretty vocal in their dislike for this (not to mention it makes no economic sense, since the photo is already free).
We recommend never selling another photographer’s work without adding to it creatively, through remixing or other methods. A simple way to think about this is to ask yourself: did I add something to this in a way that deserves value? If I were the original photographer, would I see this as a creative use of my photo?
Made with Unsplash has many examples of remixes created with Unsplash photos that showcases how the photos can be used creatively.
Stock photos that don’t suck
Finding great stock photos is a pain. You’re left with either low-res amateur photos, people wearing cheesy headsets, or photos that are out of budget for the project you’re working on. Below is an ongoing list (so bookmark it) of the best stock photo sites I’ve come across.
Little Visuals ▻http://littlevisuals.co
Death to the Stock Photo ▻http://join.deathtothestockphoto.com
New Old Stock ▻http://nos.twnsnd.co
Superfamous (requires attribution) ▻http://superfamous.com
The Pattern Library ▻http://thepatternlibrary.com
IM Free (requires attribution) ▻http://imcreator.com/free
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